November 27, 2017

Should I Sell My Car To A Buyer Or Dealer?

Most car owners in Singapore do not experience selling their vehicle often enough to be familiar with the process. When selling your vehicle, the most straightforward process is to sell to a direct car agent. This will save time and reduce hassle because all the administrative work will be done for you. The other option is to sell your car to a direct buyer, which will usually result in a higher offer for you car. It might be confusing to decide for most owners. Hence, we have written this article to guide you along. This article will be listing a few factors to consider that will help you make the best decision before you sell your vehicle. Time The most obvious to factor consider is time. Selling to a direct agent would take you a few days at most, provided that you find the quotation reasonable. Therefore, selling to the dealer is the best option if you are looking to get rid of your vehicle in the quickest amount of time. Selling your car to a direct buyer is trickier. You have to factor in time spent sourcing for a buyer. There is no guaranteed timeline so this process can […]
November 27, 2017
How do I sell my used car in Singapore

How Do I Sell My Used Car In Singapore?

There are many ways to get rid of your cars in Singapore. Some car owners prefer to send their car to LTA-appointed car scrap yard in Singapore while others may choose to sell the vehicles away. In this article, we will be looking at the two main ways that you can sell your car away. Selling To Car Dealers Choosing to sell your car to a car dealer can save you a lot of time. This is because you do not need to wait for a buyer to agree to buy your vehicle. By selling to dealers, they will be the ones to take care of all the necessary documentations and arrangement for you and all you have to do is to accept the dealer’s offer. However, selling to your car to dealers will yield a slightly lower price. If you believe the time and hassle saved from trying to look for a direct buyer is worth it, then selling to car dealers will be a very appropriate decision for you. Selling To End-Consumers Directly The second method is to sell to a direct-buyer. Often known as an owner-to-owner transaction, both parties will save on the middleman fees associated with […]
November 27, 2017
3 things to take note of when scraping your car in Singapore

3 Things To Take Note Of When Scraping Your Car In Singapore

In Singapore, scrapping a car might be a familiar process; after all, most of the time drivers need to give their cars after 10 years. In this article, we would be looking at 3 important things to take note of before you scrap your car in Singapore. Decide early There are many car owners that leave it to the last minute to make a decision on whether they should scrap their car. If your COE has expired, you may need to end up having to get your car towed and that means additional incurred cost. Thus, always start to do your research early and make your decision before the dateline comes. Compare options and prices You would want to give yourself ample time so that you can properly compare the different options in the market. Many scrap car dealers offers quotation with no obligation. Therefore, approach these companies to ask questions and compare the scrap value of your car to get the highest quoted price Request TPIN from ONE.MOTORING TPIN also known as transaction pin what you will need regardless of whichever scrap car dealer that you’ve engaged in. After requesting for your TPIN through ONE.MOTORING web-page, you will need […]
November 27, 2017
What is the process of deregistering a car in Singapore

What Is The Process Of Deregistering A Car In Singapore?

When your car’s 10-year certification of entitlement (COE) expires, you have the option of scraping the vehicle or renewing the COE. For car owners that decide not to renew the COE, you will have to prepare the vehicle for scrap. Typically, owners with car in poorer condition would decide to scrap the vehicle. Prior to sending it for car scrapping, you will have to de-register the vehicle. This is a process that is often left to last minute and results in a lot of panic and stress. Today we will walk you through the steps you should take to de-register your vehicle. Obtain a TPIN from LTA The Transaction PIN (TPIN) is a password that enables you to complete transactions via e-Services@ONE.MOTORING (Request for Transaction PIN). Even if you plan to engage an Electronic Service Agent (ESA) to assist the process, you will still be required to request for TPIN. Following your online request, you will need to wait 3 to 5 working days for a letter from LTA. In this letter, you will find your transaction Pin. It is recommended that early, preferably 2 weeks before the vehicle’s de-registration date or planned scrapped date, whichever comes first. Submit Required […]